Sometimes you may find a house in a prime location but it's not the home of your dreams -- yet. We can completely redesign your home to match your vision.
Alternatively, if you have a plot of empty land you would like to build on, or an existing structure that you would like redeveloped, we are MHBR certified so can build new construction from the ground up. We can work with your architect or recommend an experienced professional if you prefer.
Whether you are interested in updating your existing home or building a new one in the Greater Baltimore area, we will discuss the entire construction process up-front so you have a clear understanding of what to expect.
We will go through relevant topics such as scope of work, financing, anticipated timeframes, payment schedules and construction stages. We will come prepared to answer all of your questions so you can feel confident and informed.
Feel free to reach out to us for a free consultation so we can begin to discuss your specific needs.
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WHOLE HOME CONSTRUCTION
vs. new home
You may wonder if it makes more sense to do a gut renovation or knock it down and begin from scratch. Here are some points to take into consideration. We're glad to discuss these all more fully in a free consultation (in person or virtually) of course, since there's a lot to think about.
Condition: the current condition and layout of a house are two important factors. You may want to add on new rooms and/or levels but then realize that the new design doesn't flow with the existing layout. Sometimes it pays to return to the drawing board and build something totally new, so the end result will be cohesive.
Financial: one aspect here is the resale value in your neighborhood - sometimes it makes more sense to keep the renovations modest rather than building a new structure, if you can't hope to recoup the money spent when reselling your home.
Style: new construction may be the best bet if you love your neighborhood but can't find a house that suits your taste. New construction allows you to choose every aspect of your home both inside and out, without feeling that you have to "settle."